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Episode 1 = Fun!
Uh-huh. Forecast welcome to the pity punk rock podcast. I'm your host Dana something and the Petit Pike's I'm here with my co host said. We will be joined by family and friends along the way. As each episode we will explore one word through stories and songs. I am super-duper extra excited to launch the very first episode. He too. It's the beginning outset, the dawn, the inauguration, the starting point, the opening kickoff, the commencement all those are very big words to say that it all starts here with episode zero. So what's our very first word on our very first episode going to be. How about shoes. Don't tell my actually said that I take that, so no. Okay. How 'bout grasshoppers. I don't know anything about those, but that's not will lead the point of this thing. So how about grasshoppers with shoes on that's, but that's more than one word. I know it's more than one word, but that sounds like fun. What. That Jiang neither would. That's a good word fun. I think that that's it. Okay. We have decided episode number one team is going to be good. Good. Okay. I am here with Zad Georgia and so-. FIA and working to figure out what is fun? What is fun? Let's start with the basics. How do you spell fund f you and you, and what do you do for fun? Alison to music, because if you like music is is a good way to get your mind off things. If you're having a stressed out day or anything. I just listen to music and talk to my friends and go out with them to lunch or something play with my little sisters and siblings and cousins. I like to, we'd books eat pizza and gone. We'll go to. Go to go to land of make believe on ferris wheel. That is fine. What should people do to have more fun? Just just be happy. Do something funny, be happy and that's fun. If you if you wanna have fun, be yourself stay with the friend that really accept you for you are and not for what who you're trying to be in your trying to fit in. Just be yourself and half fun and do what makes you happy. He's brushing your teeth fund. I mean, like fun and not good for you and. And, and it's not interesting so front or not. I mean, if you have one of those tune toothbrushes. Is brushing your teeth with donuts. Donat if you're clean. Yes. And if you do to the aft? Yes, because of just the opposite of my teeth going into space, fun. Funds trampolines von fon fun for everyone swimming in the ocean fund. It depends if you if you swing in a flock of jellyfish note if it's Chauvel the midnight, don't know if it should. The shadow Widodo was only stuff like that. Maybe. I mean, I like swimming on the shore. Okay. Here's one is helping someone else fun? Yes. If it's someone that's having trouble and struggling with something, what do you think if peels fun to help somebody else in need. He makes him happy. It makes friend. Sometimes they can make that are almost like family. Sometimes you can think that you are actually family. Sometimes you can sink the, you know. It gives went love and family. Let's play a game called is yes. On is this fund is a game where we're going to listen to music. And you tell me if you think the music sounds fun or not fun. There are no right or wrong answers. It's just what you think. Georgia's here to help me figure it all out. So let's get started. Here's the first song. Does this sound fun. Yeah, yeah. I mean, it sounds like something you listened to dinner or something, but your happened along the dinner. I'm happen along with a little family rabbits or something that fun. I guess it could be a little more enthusiastic. Okay. What did you think kids out there listening, fun or not? Fun? Okay. Next track, we're going to get serious here. We're gonna get serious about fun. This fun. No, not really. No. But I mean, I like it. I like I like the courts. Fun for me, but not fun in general. Do you think is food or not? Next track. Let's see if this is fun. Yeah, yeah, it's fun. It's fun. It makes me think of like partying and dancing. Okay. Oh, okay. Koos tick top would go by the ocean, van knife. What makes kids? What do you think out there? Van life fun, not fun. Yeah, it's fun. Okay. Next up. Is this fun. Oh, I like this. All. I really like this. Seriously. This you think of fun? I really like this. You down with the big themes, Georgia votes? Yes, kids listening out there. What do you think fun? Not fun. Okay. Let's do some quick fire once fun. Not fun. Yeah, yeah, this is fun. Yeah, not sure. Yes. Sounds seventies sounds very retro. Like. Now, it sounds like. Not fun. Yeah. How was that fun? I like it. I really like this. I like it. I really like it. You like every single like everyone seems fun, but the the one with the basis, my favorite. Okay. He's this fund. Yes, yes, absolutely. Right. If I was in a room and I heard this thing. Watch see where this goes. Base. There we go. I mean, I'm kind of feeling that I have to drums always go together. They always make me feel like dancing. Okay. I have an idea wherever you're listening if you're at home or if you're in the car, I want you to make your own dancefloor unless you're in the car, then you could wave your arms around. Let's start feeling the be in our fingers or hands. If you start moving your head around. 'cause we're gonna kick it up another notch at the Qatar. We are dancing. Play a part here, best party ever. With your with your hair. Could you hear whip. Longhaired a hair with got a roll your head around in role it in whippet and roll it, and. To the keyboard. This is. And that my friends is called four. The biggest part of the song. All the instruments are now in. Lyrics. Breakdown, show us how you roll. I roll like this and I roll like that. Okay. We're gonna ask some new lyrics very go. Put them together. Are you. Party. It's time to play though y. The why loop is a game that starts with a statement and a question eight vastly meant brother. Coasters are fun. Why I think rollercoasters are fine because they go really fast lie. Why do they go really fast? They go really fast to me your heart beat fast and to move you through space. Why? Because that feels like fun. Why? Because you don't normally go that fast. Because even beans were made for legs ago, fast like that. Why? Because that's just how nature made us, why you know what? I don't know why I'm stumped. It's official. I'm stumped, which means I'm stuck. I can't continue. You know what I think now would be the perfect time to go hang out with j. b. the scientist in his laboratory at the natural history museum in Paris, France. He really likes questions and he Superfund to hang out with what do you say? Should we go hang out with a scientist. Okay. Let's go hang out who scientists. Will the scientist. Let's hang out the scientist. Kenya. A scientist. Sign. Out with. Scientists, listening. Yes. Oh, hey, GB the scientists can. We know in your laugh, you'll come on in. Oh said, look at all this cool stuff. This is so cool. Last. Okay. So we have some questions. Questions are good thing. Why scientists? But the questions, the life of a scientist to questions that he or she may be anyone to ask, but the answers to these questions, interest everybody. So what you're saying is it's good task questions? Yes, always. Okay. I have a question about, well, coach does. Why do some people find moon coasters widespread so much fun. Yeah, that's great question. Why do some people find roller coasters and rides to be so much fun raucous Custos can be can carry when you ride them. This makes you experience fear as a is very any many stick feeling which gives you a heightened sense of attention and focus on a rollercoaster. You feel Russia dwindle in in your brain that creates some people not a sense of three Joey. Gbi the scientists. Thanks for such a great explanation for letting us hang out. Come back anytime a, we will definitely be back by by. Is story time. Time for story spiny and spindle take a ride. Once upon a time in a land, not too far from here there live to spiders spiny and spindle. They were the best of friends and they lived right next to each other in a very unique place at the bottom of the colossus. One of the biggest tallest would enroll or coasters in the whole entire world. Spiny and spindle didn't know their home was in such a special place, of course being spiders and everything. All they knew is during the day, a great rumbling train filled with screaming and laughing people with zoom by overhead, shaking their webs as it roared by over and over and over again. They thought all spiders must live under giant roller coasters. So they passed their days in the shadows of the grass and caught bugs to eat and did all the spidery things. One might think spiders would do. One day spiny looked up as the train whizzed by above them turn to spindle and said with wonder, hey, spindle, have you wondered if it would be fun to get a closer look at the colossus spindle quickly turn to spiny with a look of concern and said with a great definitive gasp now, spiny no, I have not. I'm just gonna put this out there spindle, but would if we climb to the top of the colossus just to get a closer look at that train thing that zooms through space time spindle looked at spiny alarmed. Why in the world would we ever need to know more about that high? Have just enough on right here spiny in the grass away from people on my web. My very fun web. Spiny looked at the roller coaster and then a dispense spindle then back to the roller coaster. And then to spend coasters spindle, rollercoasters, spindle, rollercoaster, spindle. Wonderful. Stupendous exciting idea. He's spindle. I have an idea. Why don't we get the colossus and write it just one tiny little time. And if we don't like it will never ever do it again, never ever never. And then we can say, when people were other spiders, ask us. Funny on spend all of you to ever written luck whole us. Then we could say. Yes, we have it in the colossus. Thanks for asking. It was awesome. Now, spindle could see that this was the sort of idea. Spiny often came up with an idea that seems like a lark in rather fun. But in reality, spines ideas often took unexpected turns in ever changing circumstances, even so spindle new spiny well enough by now to know that he would not let go of an idea until he actually tried it out. So heaved a sigh and said. Spiny I will do this one time for you because I am your friend and I don't have much else planned today, but let's just make this quick spiny jump to all of his feet with glee at exclaimed. What if there's no, like the present. That's. Spindle, begrudgingly said off with spiny on the long journey up to the train platform after they climbed for a bit, spend a look down and suddenly realized how high they were spiny. I've changed my mind. This is a terrible idea, and I think I'm going to go back down now. Spiny assured his friend, spindle. We can't go back now. When we've come so far, keep going spindle. It's an adventure. We're about to make spider history spiny. Why do I always let you talk me into these things by then they had almost reached the top, spend a look. It's right hair. We can do it. They scurried across the platform through the rush of human feet, trying to find a way onto the train car, sped. In the first. What three job, and they hopped into the front car, spindle scrambled to the darkest shadows of the bottom. Most corner spiny however began furiously spinning web from the handrail spin thing. You won't make it down there. You have to spend the strongest web, you can't before we take off. So we don't. Spindle shrieked and screed up to the handrail and started spinning jury Asli. Why did you. Never said anything about that before we got on this guy spiny what if you got me into now this is terrible, just era Bill. No, it's not spend. It's going to be the most fun you ever had in your whole until you're spider life. You're gonna be happy afterwards that you did this. No come on your whip stronger, like a robot. This rope you've ever. Spend a spun and spun and spun their web ropes. And a moment later the train began to move. Look at, we're moving. This is amazing. This is not amazing. You're talking. That we ever see each other again. Up and up into the train chugged higher and higher and higher spindle crawled back into the car and braced himself the best he could spiny on the other hand, crawled on top of the car moving tight to with web rope for the first time in his spider life. He was looking across a horizon. He had never seen something so big, so vast and so beautiful, spindle, you gotta see this. World. It's so big to stay up in look, spindle side and cautiously crawled up to the opening and peaked out to see what spiny was so excited about. He forced his eyes open and for a moment, what he saw took his spider breath away the hills, the trees, the leaves in the wind, the clouds, the sun horizon. The two spider sat in for a moment. They breathed the air way up there has they stared mesmerized by the beauty and grandiosity if the world has the train rumbled on slowly beneath them, but their silence was soon broken as spindle looked with a panic as the edge of the rails. Loomed closer and closer and closer in front of them. Spindle tried to scramble backwards into the car, but it was too late and the car won't suddenly downward stopping one terrifying moment before taking off like a rocket towards the ground far below them. That you spiders were victims straight off the cloth holding onto for dear life as they found themselves. Downloads side wins. Left ways upside down wings to spiders, flew through the air like two. The tree. Clinch. Dazed and shaking from head to feet spindle quickly made his way with spiny back across the platform gasping, oh, I can't even breathe. I thought we were going to be scared. We spent too. I don't know. No, no, no, no. I'm not doing that again. I want to buy web right. Okay. They climbed in silence back down the great wooden roller coaster, pausing, every few minutes to let the moving train grumble across above them. And in a while, they found themselves back in the shadows of the grass on the ground below as the each nestled back onto their webs. The dusk sun was setting in the distance and the rumbles of the roller coaster stopped for the night. He spent. Yes. Spiny. Have you ever written the colossus spindle smile despite or smile as he replied, why? Yes. Spiny I have ridden the colossus and maybe just maybe it was a little fun. Khanate spend. Good night spiny. The and. Okay. Kids, we're going to wrap it up now time per pajama. Yeah, it is. Into it in a fun way. Don't worry. It's time for pajamas. It's pitchy. Right now? No time. Time nana's time. Right now it's time. Time. Say it's time for time. Time. Wait. Now we. Follows one. Doing. It's time it's time pitchy. Good. Time for. Now it's time. Time. No time pajamas. No time. We. Why. Time. It's time. Right now. Spurning notes. Right now it's time. This time. It's time time time. Tyler quiet. Now. One. Be doing. Jim. Right now new time. Time. No time. Right. Now. He's. Off. I'd like to thank everyone who came on the show today, said Georgia. So FIA and scientists GB for having some fun with me today. And thanks to all the kids and adults who listen to our very first show. You can find more songs and fun stuff at Petit. Punk rock dot com. I would love to hear from you. I would like to know what is the funnest thing you have ever done. What do you do for fun. Let me know with help from an adult. You can send me an Email with a no or a picture or recorded message to podcast at petite punk rock dot com. You can also subscribe to the pitchy punk rock podcast on itunes and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. He said, how do you think episodes zero zero one went a a Zing. Vici punk rock songs and stories were written recorded produced an edited by Dana Belay and a little green studio in a little greenhouse and a little green garden by a city called Perez in a country called France next to the Atlantic Ocean on the planet called earth in a solar system in a galaxy call. The Milky Way also produced edited by Karl patrol in a city called Brooklyn in and St. called New York in a country called the United States on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, but also on planet earth in a solar system in a galaxy call the Milky Way. And we're all in this universe together. CNN time. Bye.
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Mac OS Ken: 11.06.2018
Yeah. Is MAC OS Ken? Are we sure the horses really dead? There may be one more thing to close out the year and the fate of the world is in your hands twice. It's tuesday. The sixth of November twenty eighteen I'm Ken Ray. And this is news from mecca west Ken. Brought to you by yours. Truly and sponsored by ops. Genie by it. Lasts at ops, Jimmy dot com. Sign up to get a free company account and add up to five team members at ops, genie dot com. This show is also sponsored by squarespace your place online. When I talk about squarespace. I tend to focus on artists and bloggers and people have worker ideas to share but squarespace geared for business as well. For managing sales and shipments to keeping in touch with your customers to help with taxes. You can go from having something to sell physical or digital to having a site to sell it on in no time. And if you get in the gym squarespace has your back twenty four hours a day seven days a week. Help is just an Email away. Start building your site today with the two week free trial at squarespace dot com slash mecca west can then when you're ready to take your site lie. Use offer code MAC OS can the save ten percent off your first purchase. Of a website or domain? You've got something to do. Do. It was squarespace. Use offer code MAC. OS can the save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain at squarespace dot com slash mecca. West Ken and a big thanks to squarespace for sponsoring this week show. I don't want to be the dead horse. But everybody else is doing in the kind of looks like fun. Not really I would never be dead horse. I never beat a living horse to figure of speech. Like I'd kill for a bourbon right now wouldn't kill for just any bourbon. Where was I right beating a dead horse. Here's a headline from apple insider that was everywhere on Monday. I phoned ten our demand reportedly forcing apple to cut production expansion plans. That's the kind of story. I'd have ignored before apple said it was done giving unit sales numbers. Now, though knowing that will never have an answer to whether such rumors are correct, I feel even less inclined to look into it. Echos eventually died down that said they may take a long time to do. So. Apple's done got downgraded on Monday, though, it has to be among the most useless downgrades in the history of downgrades CNBC's says Rosenblatt securities analyst June Zhang dropped his rating on apple shares from buy to neutral thing is his notes have for weeks or months seemed maddeningly bearish while his price. Target was way underwater when shares were above two hundred twenty five dollars Jiang's price targets with a buy rating was two hundred dollars. Now that he's going to neutral rating on the shares his price. Target is two hundred dollars. What's his concern anticipated weakness in phone sales who to thank and now he can never be proven wrong on this. Yeah. News of note from Onoda guy wrote I got to take a look Monday. At a message to clients from Wedbush analyst Daniel is under the heading taking a bite out of the apple bear thesis seeing the forest through the trees, Mr. Ives argues that while apple may have been graceless and saying no more unit sales. He doubts. They were reckless quoting his note for a company that carefully plans out images locations and themes for launch events year in advance and excruciating detail. This was not a last minute decision taken lightly by management and the board, and we believe this carefully timed move. While appearing flippant was exactly the opposite. And is another major step forward and getting the street to value and look at apple as a services driven company for the next decade. Plus built on the heels of its comic iphone product success helix, the growth of apple services business. He likes the gross margins. For apple services business, and he's still a Big Apple fan. He's way positive on. Apple shares. The Wedbush twelve month price target on the shares is three hundred ten bucks. With the Brooklyn event in the rear view mirror for a week. It seems likely that we've seen all the new hardware. We're going to see from apple for twenty eighteen but there may be one more thing or a pair of things macrumors says new air pod model numbers of turned up in the bluetooth special interest groups regulatory database. The peace says the pair features model numbers eight two zero three one eight two zero three two which seems to correspond to a left air pot and a right air pod. Both of which it concluded the bluetooth qualification process. The listing doesn't say much about the units about all the side Ken glean that they connect to an iphone ipad or MAC using bluetooth five zero. So let the speculation commence the site points to rumors of a second gen pair of air pods that supports the hands-free. Hey, S I R I functionality. It's also. A possible that these new units could slip comfortably into a wireless charging case, which makes macrumors wonder whether the company's airpower charging Matt might finally make an appearance as well. All of that steps further down the path. And we are currently though right now, we've got a number that appears to be for a left air pod. And a number that appears to be a right air pod. And maybe a vague idea of when we'll know more quoting the report, we don't know when to expect upgraded air pods to launch. But the first air pods were added to the bluetooth regulatory database on November twentieth. Twenty sixteen the head of December thirteenth twenty sixteen launch date. If people followed the same time line, we could see new air pods in late November or early December. Just in time for the holidays. Maybe. There's a cool new security feature. Apple's latest hardware the Cording to a piece from business insider, Apple's new macbook air and twenty eighteen macbook pros disconnect the microphone when you close the lid to stop hackers from eavesdropping on your conversations, you probably thought apple hardware did that already and the best of all possible worlds you'd be right? But we live in this world. Not the best of all possible once in the past attacks like the fruit fly mal wear made it possible for a compromise machine to listen in to people when those people thought the compromise machine was sleeping, Apple's newest laptops, physically disconnect their own microphones when you close the lid, according to the peace quitting business insider, again, it's up -als t to security chip that the company includes and its latest lineup of macbook air and macbook pros that physically disconnects the microphones when the lid is closed. This. This is excellent news now while you have to worry about as your iphone your ipad that Google home. You bought or maybe that I'm on echo, and whatever weird internet of things toys some distant relatives that you because your home security isn't their business and besides there. None of the savvy is you you you you. The piece points out that closing the lid on the twenty eighteen macbook air or macbook. Pro does not physically disconnect. The camera then again, the lids close. So the cameras physically blocked because the. The update for apple watch. Now with less breaking. I download bugs as apple has released. Watch OS five dot one dot one. The update does everything watch OS five dot one was supposed to do with the added benefit of allowing the device to continue to function issues addressed include a fix for fall detection, a couple of problems with walkie talkie function and the return of a bunch of earned activity awards that seemed to disappear for some users. After a previous update, watch OS, five dot one dot one is a free update its bailable through the watch up on an apple watches associated iphone looking to add style to your unbridged chronometer than cast your gaze Irma's way. Apple insider says the fashion houses out with an amber capuccino rows of the le- color combination for the swift leather doubled tour and swift leather single. Tour. It's crazy to me that they still make these. But they do I guess I'm not their target. According to the Ps the double tour costs four hundred eighty nine dollars fits all thirty eight and forty millimeter watches, the single tour is three hundred thirty nine dollars and meant for forty two and forty four millimeter models couple of small updates about which to tell you. I lounge says apple has released version four dot four dot one of its tunes. Remote indications are that the date was crafted specifically for the new ipad pros apple announced last week. I lounge refers to the release as surprisingly quick considering it took nearly a year for a version of the app made with iphone ten in mind. In addition to accounting for the new form factors. The P says the I tunes remote app update. Also includes improvements to network collectively along with simpler access to now playing an airplay controls. Along with new shortcuts to play and shuffled playlists and albums paired best with items, twelve dot seven dot five or later. The app is free. It's available now in the app store. The other update I mentioned is so small I've seen mention of nowhere except on my own iphone in the last thirty six hours or so apple released apple TV remote two dot zero dot one for IOS apple says almost nothing about the application, quoting it's one liner. This update includes general performance and stability improvements. Stabs impervious stabs and purpose. More news in a moment. But first word from ops. 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Though, the Trump administration abandoned it over a year ago, apple has reaffirmed its support for the environmentally conscious. Paris agreement seeing that says Lisa Jackson, Apple's head of environment policy and social initiatives spoke at this week's web summit in Portugal. Pulling from her comments the air, we breathe in the planet. We leave our children doesn't belong to any one party that doesn't belong to anyone ideology. It belongs to all of us and government should be the allies in our work that apple we supported and we continue to support the Paris climate agreement. The former head of the EPA went on to say there is no conflict between a healthy planet and a healthy bottom line. It's a false choice and one each one of us must reject in. What's that called an arena? Full of tech leaders Jackson side with the right dedication with your innovation. We can protect the planet and invest in our future all while run. A successful business. We can do well by doing good. And finally today the fate of the world is in your hands in more ways than one. I it's election day across the US. Please go vote. Don't let anybody scare you. Don't let anybody tell you. It doesn't matter. Please go vote. That's one way the fate of the world is in your hands. The other way has to do with voting results. If you're one of the growing number of people using the apple news app. You may have been glued to its midterm election section for the past few months that gets transformed tonight at eight pm eastern five PM Pacific tech crunch says that's when people will swap out, the existing midterm elections section and the apple news app and replace it with a new election nights section. Instead this section will also replace apple news digest tab at the bottom center of the app in order to lead users directly to the special section where they'll be able to track. The live result updates on key races. Latest developments and more. The Associated Press will power Apple's realtime result graphics. Meanwhile, says another section will focus on the latest developments, meaning breaking news headlines and stories related to election-night coverage. This will feature news from variety. The of sources, including axios politico, the Washington Post, Fox News CNN, the New York Times CBS and others. And finally, there will be video quoting tech crunch. One more time CBS news CNN and Fox News will also contribute videoclips to the election night hub, while ABC will offer a live video feed another live video feed from NBC news will appear in a widget alongside the live results. Info-graphic apple says users won't have to Kate with their TV provider on lection night to watch the videos and the hub. So there it is exercise your right to vote than be the couch potato. You are and see how your exercise paid off. Mac OS can brought to you by me and sponsored by squarespace your place online. 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Ep.147 | Proud Boys Attacked by ANTIFA & CNN Obsessed with Trump
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Glenn you the the little lever did on. So I spoke to Gavin mcginnis today on on radio, and I like him. He's funny, you know him, don't you. In fact, the he, he recommended a blazer, a Taylor to me, I'm wearing a, this is his same. His snappy, dress style. All right. So tell me about tell me who he is. So I know Gavin, because I used to be a writer on FOX business for the independence and for Kennedy, and he was a frequent guest on both programs. Although he's now with crtv Gavin's a really fun guy. We'll say his provocateur and I think that's the key to understanding. Gavin is that Gavin is, and he does also it a little bit. We're if someone beats him up than it, it'll he'll be very serious about it. But like you know, he'll he, he's looking to get a rise out of people quite a lot. So it's working. I said to him today because you know, he had trouble on the streets of New York. And of course the press is blaming it on him. It was antifa and now surprise surprised now that they have released one of the videos that came out of security watch this. This is anti walking up now. They said they were. They said they were unprovoked look at. They threw something out here comes the proud boys that get into a fight and wow, yeah, it's going to fight fight someone in skinny jeans. That's always a good idea. Yeah. So so I talked to him about this and we were talking about the difference between Martin Luther King and Malcolm x. I, Martin Luther King is the winner of those two. And I, I heard in his voice, the frustration that I think a lot of people have on, you know, who's standing up to these thugs. The media is excusing them. The Democrats are embracing them and they are fascists there. They'll tell you who to speak where to drive, that's not right. But he he is. He is, I think, really torn and I, I think his family has come under attack. I think he is now personally come under attack, and I wondered after I hung up the phone, I said to Stu, I remember when I was at CNN and it was because of Alex Jones. Alex Jones had said that I was the CIA operative that you know orchestrated, the cover up for the nine eleven, which was. Yeah, so and I said, the nine eleven truth. There's with Alex Jones. They are dangerous and it was the closest I think I've ever come to a near death experience. And I remember I had to be on tour. I was on tour for about a month and a half, and we had a switch buses all the time. I mean, security was on me and I remember that month and half was really difficult when people are actually trying to kill you. It's pretty harassing, and and I decided then. I'll never say the things that I don't believe or I'll never say I'm not going to die for peace of comedy. I'm not going to die for something that I'm like. I'm pretty sure you know. And I think that perhaps Gavin is getting to that point to where he sees how serious this is becoming and it's not about losing a platform. It's about losing your life. I think too. I think he is starting to see this moment where the media has decided that he is equally as bad as antifa or real cause of the problems raising. And you know, look, I don't. I don't love those tactics at all. I mean, I like Avin. I think he's he's a good. He's really smart guy. And seemingly a funny guy, I would agree with him. I'm sure on ninety percent of stuff. I don't really like the approach per se, but he is when you become a target when multiple, you know, big time national reporters are put. The blame for all these incidents on him publicly. I mean, the target is going on this organization. They are. They identified a way out of this hassle. I think in the media is blaming the proud boys for all of this and and you know, he's writing the crossers this can I ask? I don't know, and I was preoccupied. So it wasn't able to listen to the interview with them from where I'm looking at. It kind of looks like a lot of those guys that are in proud. Boys are wanting to get into a fight as well. I mean, that's kind of my re. I don't either group if agree with you. One hundred percent. I think that the deal with proud boys, they are sick and tired of somebody saying, you can't say this, you can't do this. Who are you to say that to people? And so they put themselves in these awkward positions ready to swing back. You swing at them, they'll swing back. They're not going to swing I, but still, you know, they know what they're getting into, and and it violates the Martin Luther King Dondi Jesus, ABRAHAM, LINCOLN principles that's not gonna win in in today's society. And I think that's what Gavin may be seeing now with the press they will. They've already picked sites. They are four antifa. If you go in and swing against Anton, you will lose in the in the press. And I, you know, I said, too, I said to Stu and we were just talking about it with some people out in the hallway before we went on that. Before we went to Washington, we talked about Martin Luther King on the air a lot before went to Birmingham. I had everybody who marched with us in Birmingham, the largest civil rights, March sense. Martin Luther King in Birmingham, what forty years ago and and people didn't understand. They said, why are you making us do this? And I signed everybody signed a, the Martin Luther King contract of nonviolence. And I said, because it's good training because these times are coming. I think it's now. I think it's now that people and maybe this is where the nine twelve project should be. If there's any of that left, you know the people who will link arms and act as Martin Luther King acted and take the beating to show the world. How evil these people are Stu. You said that you wanted to talk about diction? Yes, there's a book out. It's called diction too addicted outrage enough. Anyone as it's not good really quickly. Can I just say I was almost done with the book and I wanted to finish it and I just didn't have the time to sit down and read and I got it on audible and is amazing. An amazing job narrating it like anyone, even if you've read the book, go back and get it on audible, it's worth. I had to start at the beginning because I was like, I started listening and I was like, what all have I missed started from the beginning. Great. But yeah, when it comes to the addiction outrage, one of the things we've talked about before and this goes on both sides of the aisle, but we talked about it with with the media, and I think there's this obsession or addiction to sort of Trump related outreach, right? Like the outrage of the day. He tweets something, you know, everyone gets outrageous. There's this goes on and on. There's different levels of. It though, right? There's the Cavanaugh level of it where people who even people I think are generally balanced in the media went kind of off off the rocker with that story. They there was just so much of that going on, you know, really assigning standards of, you know, of guilt to people who they had absolutely no idea about their guilt. And that was that just got really strange, but there's a more subtle slow-burn goes along with this as well. We have an example of it from CNN. This is a story they're talking about were Trump JR in an interview this past weekend where he talked about that he was, he was saying, I'm not a baby, and it was kind of a little bit afraid, but look at look at the way that they handled this and it's just it's just a bizarre. It's more of an obsession than an addiction, maybe, but watch the clip. And then we'll talk about reports that he had his half-brother assassinated slave labor, public executions, this guy, you things. I mean, I'm not a baby. I'm not saying I trust everybody in the White House. I'm not a baby. Who's your baby John Morton of, he's not. He's not a baby. Why is he telling us? He's not a baby. He's obsessed with whether or not when I came on this, I didn't know sort of Freudian segment looking at the. Oh yes. I'm not sure why I kinda like an old New York real estate term. It's kind of like a sort of seventies eighties reference, I guess, like on a sophisticated, I get the tough cruel world out there, and I'm not. Told toilet stall. I'm president and you're not. I thought was like as stored Inari saying he was not a baby. It may be the type of thing. Then date baby would say if the baby baby is actually it's a Trump verbal tic. There was seen in the book I did during the campaign where Trump blows up at Paul Manafort who's decided that in order to communicate with Trump who won't listen to him anymore. For the internet affords tenure, he has to go on cable TV and speak to Trump through TV. And there's a scene where Trump blows up and Manafort and says, you know, do you think I'm baby my baby? Paul, do I wear diaper? And you know it's, it's a mental image that Trump apparently is is obsessed with. The media is what I like Trump is not my guy. I, I've not a fan. I just I don't understand why they're so obsessed with this. The guy said baby in two separate conversations in his life that we know about and they're saying multiple times obsessed with it. Like, why isn't some unless I was a real estate mogul in the seventies and eighties, I because what do you think I am a baby meaning I can handle it, I can handle it right like so creams, Mary standard phrase to use in that context. And so he's used it in two separate conversations. One we know about one has been reported on in a previous book, multiple years apart, and this was you sell the edits in there. This is like six or seven minute conversation about how he's obsessed with using the word baby, which is not. There's no evidence this is actually true or would it matter. Ted Koppel set a couple of weeks ago when he had Brian Stelter. On CNN over without him. You're nothing. You love this stuff and it would Brian was like, no, no, no, of course not. Well, yeah, this is this is proof of it. We have Saudi Arabia, killing a guy, chopping them up putting into suitcase saying they didn't do it and then saying, okay, yeah, we did it end. The suitcase thing is true. And to this point, like the people talking about the Saudi Arabia coming out admitting that that's true, that was CNN's information like CNN is the one who actually broke the story and they're talking about whether or not. And then interrupt that something much more important to see me. There's so many important things that are going on and no one's talking. Yeah, and I think that's why it matters right on this particular story. It's like there are real things you can actually, if you wanna go against Trump, you can find lots of stuff to go after there's there's plenty of reason. They're pleasant, comedy writer. He's actually hard to work with from a county perspective because you wanna be able to you want to be able to accelerate an exaggerate, and he's kind of a walking. Today I will do. I will hang Rosie, O'Donnell. I don't know where to take that. He's he's hard to do comedy with plenty of a particular really good reasons to dislike the man. However, I think getting getting hung up in obsessed on on day to day stuff for one thing that I, I've, there are all these things going on. It's pretty easy to, I think to both lead him around by the nose, because if you comment on a body part, he will talk about it, which like if I ever get to meet him, I absolutely here's our great. Why are you even bring it up. Put at the same time. He says something weird because everyone in the media is so attentive. Everything he's saying it's like take a deep breath because there's probably some real, you know, go back to the tax returns or something. I don't know, pick a topic and stay with it rather than just going on. You know, it's it's true, and I think like this is a major fault. It's why we get in these weird cycles where we're obsessing about nothing. Today. I went on on my little Twitter at I went to settings. I went to content preferences and then muted words and I put in horseface because I don't wanna see any tweets about Donald Trump's tweet about calling stormy Daniels a horse face. I don't care about it. It does not make any difference to me in any way, and I want it off of my feet completely and you know what? It's been a wonderful day. I get lots of actual real information instead of the nine thousand jokes and comments from everybody in the world about whether he's a whore. If if there's some sort of horse facial care product that you were otherwise going to be exposed to four, your your. I horse face transplant. I'm going to be behind them this. I'm going to be out of. We're still has acne. Charles. Linpac is coming line to talk about the right path forward and to make fun of the people standing in the way he'd might not be able to save the country, but at least we can all go down laughing. Glenn back line, the addicted to outreach toured on tour this fall. Before we get into it, want to go ahead and thank our sponsor. My patriot supply Glenn. You rave about how great their food is. My patriot supply is something that remember when when we first started talking, it was like nine, eleven? I, I started thinking I should buy some gold and then you know there was talk about Bryce and all this other stuff. I'm like, this is not good. I think I want to store food at that time. Literally, it'd be like a feud, get like wheat in a big barrel. 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There's there's a group that I'm going to talk, but it's called the leaguers who are in Sean Jiang or John Chang, Sean Jiang China's. This is far western China and they're the ethnic minority, and they're also a religious minority because there wasn't China and our there was report came out that the the regional chairman of the whatever the governor of that area who's not elected by them was saying, don't worry, the camps that we're putting these people in are just vocational training. We give them a touch of color was it makes life more colorful, I think was his phrase, but all of the people coming out of it or saying, no, we're being tortured. There was one guy that tried to kill himself and they gave him like six years in the camp. So they punished more films he needed. He hadn't the f. to to get food. You have to sing patriotic songs about how wonderful China is encourage you to give up Islam and favor of the communist party. This is terrible, right? But the creepy part that I'm kind of looking at going is in. I mean, I feel bad about this regardless, but they've got forty thousand. CCTV cameras in this region of China, and they've got facial recognition software for all of these people or at least a substantial portion about a million people are in these camps right now, population of Montana is over there and they've got, they'll have the a swab to get DNA traces. So I mean, this is a level of surveillance that George Orwell didn't even think of nineteen Eighty-four and it's intense bad stuff happening over there to them. They are what's what's frightening to me. And I think that the torching of the Chris, the Christian churches over there, the taking down of the cross that removal of Jesus to put president, gee, on the altar that is all it. Hitler like stuff. And I think they, you know, they targeted the Christians, I and now the pope is saying, oh, by the way. Yeah, we don't Vatican doesn't need to pick the the the bishops. You pick the bishops communist party and will accept them as our bishops. That's insane that is taking the underground church and killing it because. Because nobody stood up. I really think it's the lesson that Hitler learned when he watched what happened in Turkey with the with the genocide of the Armenians Hitler saw that saw that no one stood up for the Christians. He said, if they can do that to the Christians, I can do whatever I want to the Jews. China doing this to the Christians. Nobody steps up. He can do whatever he wants to the Muslims, and that's a real sentence on on us. We don't seem to care a million people is nothing. They are building these camps all over. It's not just going to be the Muslims that are in it. The sharp ice program starts in twenty twenty and that is countrywide. And can you remind the audience? What that is sharp is sharp is is a a total and complete surveillance state. They already have it in several. I think I wrote about it in the book. They have it in in. In air fighting terrifying. Yeah, they have it in several provinces. The people didn't like it at first. Now they love it. They love it. They all love. They're all smiling. If you walk, if you Jay walk, you get points taken front, which is, is this a social ranking of one like one thousand eight hundred? Seven hundred? Everybody starts at two thousand. Everyone's got like kind of credit report for their civic civic wonderfulness and like near very black mirror. And if you speak out against it, you, your kids aren't going to school. They're not going at school at all. You've, you can't travel. You can't go buy food and in certain stores, it is total surveillance and it's where the world is headed and Google is helping them with this. And if nobody is in the west is going to stand up. Google's banned in China, though, isn't it? So are they is to be, did it come back within now there helping helping. They're going to offer a search engine that really, I mean, they were doing that for a while where you couldn't, you couldn't search for tenement square or Taiwan or Tibet. There's a lot of things search search for things, and they're also going to if anybody does search for them the course part of the sharp is program, they'll turn all kind of where I I was in the China international stand up comedy competition about four months ago, and I got the final by the way, we should very good for a guy that doesn't make me. I was there was a a stand up comedy festival in Shanghai that I was invited to, and I was went through there and did it, and it was fun. I really enjoyed it. It was actually weird that I did feel like I could socially say whatever I want. No one's gonna get mad at me, which was an interesting thing, but we were given very explicit guidelines at the beginning that you cannot talk about tenement square Taiwan Tabet or any living politician in China, good or bad. And if you do will shut the club down and it was more like, I'd probably be okay, but the people running to club might have severe problems later. And I, of course, like you know, called my parents, but like this nonsense communism dusty history, and I'm thinking now like, oh, I wonder if I should go back. I don't because I want to go to Hong Kong someday. I've, I'm honestly kinda worried I also called laughter's better than communism. And if they ever did a Google search, like I think it'd be very clear my position on leftovers. I've talked to people who have traveled over and who are in the intelligence business, and they are. They're monitoring, they'll monitor every phone call from. From you or anybody else, specially if you're in the media, they will monitor all your phone calls. They will monitor everything they know who you are at all times. I would suggest me on. Like YouTube in. Okay, maybe I'll do like an enterprising part of China. Maybe I can get some kid to carry around. I've always wanted to go to Russia. It's been my since a kid. I've wanted to go to red square. I don't know why I've always wanted to go to red square. Nobody nobody will ever nobody. I know whatever go with me. I never went now. I don't think I'm going. Back background. Yeah. I mean, it's easy. We set you up. Hey, it's Glen, and if you like, what you hear on the program, you should check out Pat gray unleashed. His podcast is available wherever you download your favorite podcasts. Mercury. One is the gala is coming up for that soon. It is November seventeenth. And right now they are auctioning off a beautiful. We just did a Facebook live video with earlier. So go to your page. Glennbeck dot com or mercury. One mercury, one dot org, but it's a Mercedes c. l. a. to fifty and it's raffle ticket to win it. This is how charity can say. 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And this other caravan went through Mexico and eventually fizzled out and they were threatening big things too. Right? Yeah. And there was a it was a weird amount of media coverage like we had never heard about these really before, but then all of a sudden they had imbedded like BuzzFeed reporters that were falling the entire way they wanted is on this. This was a little bit different. So this was this one began in Honduras, and so I started kind of digging around and finding out who some of the organizers were for this. So the organizer is a guy. So really quick a brief history of Honduras. So Honduras went through a military coup back in around. I think two thousand nine. It was really weird because the Obama administration abandoned Hilary Clinton had. I said, this is this is a bad thing. We can't support coups. We support the the current president. The current president was a big time lefty, like a big time lefty. He was doing this big agreement with Hugo Chavez and and Rafael Castro Castro. They were trying to create like this kind of like a NAFTA type thing. But for those for like these like communist countries and they wanted to make their own like they were gonna make like their version of the euro and that was gonna be there on their combined. You know, currency, they were planning some very, very big things. So it come time for the end of this president's term and he wanted to amend the constitution. Basically what everyone was saying was so he could stay in power and start kind of ascending to this dictator, esque type. You know position happens down there. Yeah, that's not at all. So so to make a long story short, the the military guy, an order from the supreme court in Honduras to take take him basically in the middle of night in his pajamas and fly him to. Costa Rica, the military took control, and now it's been this big time like kind of police state military buildup ever since. So the deposed family, they just kind of like his. This guys wife started a political party. They're still hard hard core lefty. They started their own their home party and they're still doing this kind of like insurgency like not my president type thing, and they are the ones that route that said we're doing this initiative because we see the governments, awful, and there are actual political refugees. They just happen to be on the wrong side of freedom. So I wouldn't call them political refugees. They're just the ones picking up the mantle where the guy left, where the other guy left off. I think if endanger though in hunters it is dangerous there. There's there's. They're not because of this. They're not targeted. Okay. It's like gang warfare, gang violence, lots of crime. Similar things that this Brazilian bullet Cerro guy is talking about bad economy crime. That's the typical things when they want to stir up populism. That's what they do there. The ones that that that started like advertising this and getting everyone ready. So then I only have fifteen hundred people saying that their goal is to go through Guatemala through Mexico, and then eventually make it to the United States. Now, I personally have to look into the history and all of this stuff. I don't think this has anything to do. I don't think they're gonna get very far at all. I think it's a huge publicity stunt because of what happened back if you months ago and they saw everything that happened, and I think it's directed straight towards the hungry. You're not finding because last time we found George Soros money and and really amazing American connections. You're not finding any of that this time. I'm not finding any of that this time. What was the initial idea was the deposed government was doing. This is a way to raise publicity for themselves. That was the fought or that's my theory. Okay. So they're saying it's just like, it's because they want to like, have care van and, and you know, and because of like, you know, human rights get to the United States. So they can have a place to live, which which is which the plight of the people that are the people that are in the care of our claiming political refugee status. Right? That's their plan eventually when when they get here. But anyway, I think are just capitalizing on the publicity. I don't think this will go that far. I know the president, I think contacted them. I believe today thing that they were gonna cancel a lot of aid if they didn't put a stop to. This thing is their military and their government, which is based off this kind of military rule. It's completely behold us like we cut off a, they're screwed. I think we'd give them about fifty million dollars annual is that they don't call the Saudi Arabians and say, what do we do with these fifteen hundred people. We should let them all into the country is long as they promised to open up ethnic restaurants. Anyone can come to. I think it's fine. That's a good call. Creations can we spend a second on Brazil? Because we, I talked to one of the head reporters of, you know, the Brazil's version of the New York Times today about the guy who looks like Senate be the next president of Brazil, and he is disturbing really disturbing. She kind of underplayed this a bit, and I hope she's right, but his past is nine ninety nine. We need a civil war because there's about thirty thousand people that need to be liquidated. He in his office, he's in their version of congress, parliament and and in his office, he has pictures of the former dictator's of Brazil, tortured and killed people in control dreams about those days coming back, all of his friends or military. He's right now, seventy percent of the population. No longer believes in democracy because they've gone through such. Scandals. I mean, this is a country that is on the edge. This guy's a leftist and he is. She described him as a liberal. I think I would describe him as a leftist. He apparently still believe he says he's had a change of heart since then. But what's your pivot point? And this is exactly the same thing that happened with you who Hugo Chavez, he says, no, no, no. I'm not going to change anything soon as it gets in. He changes at all. He is not somebody who's going to help South America if he is elected, if he's elected and he and he hasn't had a change of heart is he is he looking like he's gonna win the election, okay. Yeah, almost for sure. He's gonna win the election and Steve Bannon is behind his campaign Steve Bannon with a leftist dictator. This is Bannon is Anan is a chaos guy. He is. He's from the philosophy of Alexander Dugan and he believes in populism left or right, let's go for populism and he is. He is doing everything he can to expand that all around the world and the people he's consulting around the world. Now are all really bad does? Does it have like a nationalist element to this group as well? Because he identifies nationalist and that kind of thing and Brazil's like a very ethnically diverse place. I think his nationalism c. correct me if I'm wrong Jason, you've been doing research on this too. I think is nationalism is more of a harking back to the nineteen sixties and that strong military dictatorship kind of government is definitely is definitely not. It's funny every time there's a populist rise. They always attributed to write when populism is neither left nor right. It's just it is just is exactly and that's, and that's interesting to the language that they use it. It's made to. I think we have an, I think we've, we need to be very careful with the language that we use nowadays, especially this is kind of how can maybe translate to, you know what we're facing today. It'd be very careful of the language we use like drain the swamp. The one percent terms like that are very dangerous because those are populous. That's a populous message. It's designed to say, look, there is a majority of people in the country that are being taken advantage of by minority, and it's also designed to where you're in constant conflict with that minority like it'll never be fixed. So the more you feed that, the more you're in constant conflict, you'll never win this war. The more you'll have to give more power to these people to try and raise it. It's why I'm really been strong lately on. We have to stop saying Democrats of the problem. They're not politicians that that are embracing antifa or embracing extreme edges on either side or deny if they refuse to deny it. Yeah, no, those those are problem. But I. Don't think the Democrats, the ones I know and live in, you know, Dallas or you know, cla, homo or wherever. There's lots wonderful people in the party, but it's not the same thing as the problem people in the part direct. And we have to start losing some of these generalities because it's it's becoming more and more dangerous. We've talked about kind of the world burning down all around things going on in China, talking about Brazil and then Honda. Yeah, Saudi Arabia, I might. I just share a a nice story about what's going on in the world. There was a Palestinian baby that this is the first time that this has ever happened. He received a heart transplant from a Jewish child in Israel at one of their hospitals that had never happened before. So there was an, there's no Palestinian organ donor waiting list. There is no such thing as that, and it just so happened that there was. No Israeli child on this waiting list and can't tell me this. How are these people saying that Israel? But it's, you know, it's because of the people who gin who are up at the top. If you've ever been to Israel and ever actually sat down and talked to Palestinians without a camera without a microphone. They're different than they are on camera. They are afraid of saying the wrong thing and being killed. They are just like everyone else. I just wanna be left alone. I just want to worship God in my understood evidence standing. I, I want to come home after work and be with my family. I wanna have a nice deal. I'd like to have you know vacation from time to time it is the governments that are constantly telling people you can't do it without us because of them. It's all about power and corruption. And the Palestinians are a great example of this. They're being trained from birth? Yes, that's something to things. So one, nobody ever talks about the medical aid that Israel gives on the area that now call Palestine, which Palestine doesn't exist. It's not a place. There's no Palestinian people, but the, you know, the Middle East era that live there. It's a tragic story because they're always being taken advantage of when you look at it through that lens, they're being taken about right now the the, the people that live in the in the Gaza area there being take advantage of by a terrorist organization. HAMAs the receiving orders from HAMAs. I get almost daily updates from context. I just most recently made an Israel and they are terrifying, they're, they're just just the other day. They an armed group. They have about fourteen thousand demonstrators there almost daily, almost daily. We don't even hear about it anymore because the cameras have been shut off, but we just about daily, but they had a offense attack the day with c, four explosives. They were throwing grenades. I mean th. It's it's, it's a work zone every single day there and the and the Palestinian people that people living in Gaza that they didn't ask for this. They're being taken advantage of there being ordered to do this. What happens? If Saudi Arabia, what? What should the president do in your opinion? If you know, I hear people in congress saying, we're going to take a hardline, Lindsey, Graham, I'm taking a hard line. I'm going to, you know, feed them their own head. Okay, that's good except there's no good option anymore. The time to get out of all of this stuff was you know, all I don't know, maybe doing the Bush administration. Now the world is totally on edge. We need to get out of there in distance ourselves from them. But how do we do that? If if we don't. If we now declare Saudi Arabian enemy, which I've always believed they are. But if we now declare them an enemy that affects Israel that affects the entire Middle East that affects Hezbollah Iran, our economy, one of the reasons the tech stocks are going down is because of their their funding of tech here in the United States. I mean, it's it is it could be a Ferdinand Marcos moment. What does the president do? It's an interesting question, and it really kind of goes back to how the Cold War really disrupted the way we view foreign policy and how we how we continued after the core ended anything about where we're to war. One more were to, we never our policy wasn't to get involved this heavily. It was to make sure that there was a balance of power. As long as there was a balance of power in every single region. We didn't even deal with Harley. He we, we'd give money, you know, every once in a while, but we wouldn't commit troops and all that stuff. We would wait until there was an existential threat. Like the Germans. The Nazis Germans were one or the Nazis and too when they when it began to look like they were control the entire area we had to step in. We had to same thing with the Soviets in the Cold War when it looked like they were going Tom innate the entire region, we felt like we had to step in, but we never went back. The Middle East is the same. It was a tragedy. What happened when I this is this is this sounds bad, but when when Saddam fell and there was nothing when there was no, when there was a vacuum there, there was no significant check to Iran or the other people there. We all the various parties in Iraq as well. Wonderful footage of chaining when he was Vince of secretary talking about lay there, like, why don't you just push into Baghdad? He's like, well, there's three different groups. They fight each other and not going to do that. And then then, yeah, that that power got a pulled out and just chaos ensued with a lot of blood leading. Yeah. So so the answer question it's it's there has to be a full. There has to be a a chip has to be balanced in that region. We need our our foreign policy going forward, and he's like somehow Maine to help to reestablish that balance so that we can say. And I think actually the president has done a good job pretty much with letting them take care of their own issues. What do we? What do we do? Presently? I don't know this to to support the Saudi Arabian government because we don't have bases there anymore. Dewey Yulia we do. I thought we got rid of them. Yeah. No, I think they're actually in UAE now are. So they're in Qatar, you a, but we sell a ton of military weapons and planes despotic you know, correct. Dictatorship with the AUSSIE. We are all that is really against us. We're also supporting them in a war. We're flying drones in Yemen. We're fighting a war for Saudi Arabia or with Saudi Arabia in Yemen that most Americans don't even know should not. We shouldn't be there at all. I don't even think constitutionally. Mike Lee has tried to stop it several times. They won't even bring it to the floor on a vote. All right today is the blaze. Why? Let's see Marianne says that her takeaway after listening to Glenn Beck radio is that Senator Elizabeth Warren family has been here so many generations that she can't possibly understand the plight of the immigrant experience. So she is racist and transporter phobic and not fit for office. That's the way that the logic goes now. Right. Did you hear to hear what the Cherokee nation said, oh, she's not taking her. Yes, stop it right now. I mean, it's, although they do, I will say like they do have a financial incentive do that. It's one of the big things going on because there's a lot of money and there's there's actually, I think it's, I think it's the Cherokee and I, I hope I'm not getting the tribe around, but there was well with the Cherokee anybody that's not on the dogs roll showing up going, hey, heard you got casino money, they're going unless you were part of it. But all the same though. There's also cultural element is well, it's been two different nations ta. I'm to several pow-wows. I'm a favorite son of Oklahoma. Numberplate up at Teluk times. Yeah, yeah, I was with the share keys was chair keys now. It's no, no, it was wasn't Apache Apaches with the Apaches and in the Apache nation, and it is. Tragically tragically sad. I mean, we don't realize they're our nation's gigantic nations inside of our nation. We look at our map and nowhere. Do you see a border of the native American? But they are gigantic nations and they're just kind of forgotten and they're in, they're not in good shape. They're not in good shape the Navajos. I've not been to the Navajo area, but the this kind of big when you see on the map that was wasn't Navajo. I think it was. I don't know. I can't remember, but it left. Tribe teepees. None. None of that. I think it was Navajos who's the novels. So of saves eighty four. I don't know. Maybe you can tell us. He was asking did Glenn on radio this morning, just make sports references that actually made sense. Yeah. Tell you what it was, but. So have you guys heard really quickly because this is what the poll is on the Trump administration, their new plan for pharmaceutical companies to disclose the cost of the prescription drugs on the commercial. If it's over thirty five dollars. Why what? What's your all occasions? Scam. I mean, we're not babies now already. It is like, hey, we've got a new drug, they'll say the name real quick and then they'll do fifty five seconds of all the things that stop it, stop it. Modern medicine, American modern medicine is the marvel of the world. What are we doing? What are we doing? Let's let's you're taking. I think this is legislating from the gut and it's not going to be very effective because you look at it. It's it's, it's designed around this concept that pharmaceutical companies, they're really gouging. Let's get them back. Let's let's poke him. I don't have a lot of a lot of love for big pharmaceutical companies like, but I don't think it's gonna. I think this idea that they're all going to go. You know what got us. We're gonna drop down from forty five dollars to six dollars. I don't think it's going to this this ridiculous this. I hate this this. This argument comes from the left and I despise it. Here's why. Get out of here. Here's why everybody talks about the wealthiest one percent. They gotta pay their fair share. They gotta pay their fair share well globally. Even the poorest among us in America. We're the wealthiest one percent. So yes, pharmaceutical companies are gouging the wealthiest one percent of the earth and giving this is this is this is exactly what progressives want, except what it's them they're gouging are is out in America to make their money so they can sell the same medicine for for a price that people can afford in very poor company in countries. Now you want to shorten that with, you know, with with patents or whatever, that's fine. But to say, oh my gosh, candidates paying this Mexico pays this for this pill. Yeah, because we're the wealthiest one percent and very relevant data that I don't know would be wh-. What is the percentage new medications the United States develops because I do think there's a kind of a huge writing affect that Europe does where we're producing more medication. We pay more for it. I like again, my my problem is particular strategy. He's implying there's lots of things we could do to make medicine cheaper. Like I think he brings up Medicare and Medicaid specifically like my understanding Medicare is that your your, the federal government's paying based on cost. So if you're if you're a provider, the war costly, you can make the service the more money you get from the federal government. That's an inherent structural economic perspective. So if you want to try and limit stuff, that's a much better thing to tackle than to just trying to shame companies on on television by making him with stuff. All right. Today's poll, do you support the president's new proposal to force drugmakers to disclose drug costs on commercials? I think you've just heard their opinions here. What your opinion really quick Jason? No, I think it's ridiculous. Yeah, I don't. I don't have a very strong opinion on it, but killing. We are killing modern medicine. We are the the world will weep. When we finally have single payer healthcare, the world will weep. No one invents like the United States of America. No one is made more progress on medicine than the United States of America. Why is it every despot and and you know, nickel dictator comes here with their family when they're sick because we lead the world, stop destroying it. I think we're just gonna leave it there. We'll see. 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